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Donnie Cole, Our Baby Doffer by Lewis Hine. Hesitates before stating age as He cant work till hes 12 another young boy said.

In 1908 the National Child Labor Committee hired Lewis Hine, who advocated photography as an educational medium, to document child labor in American industry. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

February 1912 - Port Royal, South Carolina: Bertha, one of the six-year old shuckers at Maggioni Canning Company. She begins work at 4 a. Photograph (glass negative) by Lewis Wickes Hine.

child labor...The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. Burlington, Vermont.

The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - The Mill

African American Boy, approximately 7 years old, working carrying 25 lb. bags of flour from wagon to stores,  making 25 cents a week. Wilmington, Delaware1910

Helper on miller’s wagon. 7 years of age. Helper for one year. Carries bags of flour, weighing 25 pounds, from wagon to stores. Receives 25 cents per week. Wilmington, Delaware Photo by Lewis W.

Werfel, una niña huérfana de 6 años de Austria sólo se ha dado su primer par de zapatos nuevos por la Cruz Roja Americana, 1946.

Austrian boy receiving new shoes after WWII. "New Shoes" by Gerald Waller, Austria Six year-old Werfel, living in an orphanage in Austria, hugs a new pair of shoes given to him by the American Red Cross. This photo was published by Life magazine.

Noon, April 10, 1913. Cherokee Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. The youngest are turners and loopers. Some of these appear to be as young as 8 and 9 years. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

REMINDS ME OF NORTH & SOUTH TV SHOW! Noon, April Cherokee Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. The youngest are turners and loopers. Some of these appear to be as young as 8 and 9 years. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

May 1915. "Nine-year-old newsie and his 7-year-old brother 'Red.' Tough specimen of Los Angeles newsboys."

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: BMay "Nine-year-old newsie and his brother 'Red.' Tough specimen of Los Angeles newsboys." Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Two of the tiny workers, a raveler and a looper in London Hosiery Mills. London, Tenn, December 1910 by The U.S. National Archives

Two of the tiny workers, a raveler and a looper in Loudon Hosiery Mills. Loudon, Tennessee, Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine (Oshkosh, 26 settembre 1874 – 3 novembre

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